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that the samsung galaxy s4 has been unveiled. we'll speak to someone in the business of consumer electronics trade-in and we head to break this morning. bright spot. look at jc penney and melissa lee pointed this out to us. what's going on with jcp? >> somebody get herb greenberg on the phone. >> if jc penney converted to reitlike units it could go out to other retailers and that would make it $46 a share with $40 accorded to the reit part of the business. >> here you go. >> it's why we're the best in the business. we're back after this. ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] you're the boss of your life. in charge of long weekends and longer retirements. ♪ ask your financial professional how lincoln financial can help you take charge of your future. ♪ how lincoln financial can help you take charge of your future. investor. yeah, ibut i'm a busy guy.or it used to be easier but now there are more choices than ever. i want to know exactly what i am investing in. i want to know exactly how much i'm paying. i want to use the same stuff the big guys use. find out why nine out of ten large professional invest
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they compete? less talk about samsung's. blackberry tomorrow. fair enough. that's a samsung. galaxy's really picking up market share. you're not worried about that. >> not worried about it. there seems to be so much attention. in all this talk. if you look at mobile phone units to year-over-year at over 29% in the fourth quarter. since i grew 12. there is a big misperception that samsung is doing so much better. smart phones. and what they're doing is moving their feature phone business is more fun. it makes this more fun growth look much higher, but the way to get rid of this is silicon mobile phone and apple & by almost threefold. cheryl: blackberry is releasing the blackberry ten tomorrow. >> not a threat at all. think it is a worthy effort that will keep them in the game. probably more of a threat to android. cheryl: apple filed a patent. he dropped the phone, it prevents it from shattering which is been one of the beckham plans for users to my phones. deasy to break. is this a game change? to you factor this in? i think that's a useful feature. cheryl: you did come back from that thousa
loopholes. >> iphone, apples fighting back as blackberry and samsung pile on. >> a tight market. it's down to the floor of the new york stock exchange to check in with nicole, and stocks well off the low of the day, seems the initial shock is wearing off. do you agree? >> well, certainly, we are up off the lows of the day with an extremely strong dollar when we started today. that's come back a little bit. of course, the euro at four month lows, and there are continued concerns about cypress, the banks, the eurozone, and just the global picture financially. the dow, right now, at 14500, trading as low as 14404. cypress is a big concern. china is a big concern. they said china's economy is showing symptoms that sparked the crisis in 2008, the warning and saying they risk financial crisis. obviously, concerns about china. i'm going to stick to the cypress theme and put it together. the vix, fear index popped. you see the 1275 right now, up 17%. at one point, up 13%. right now, let's look at the financials because they certainly reacted. in some cases, dramatically, and the idea of them taxin
think it's being challenged by smartphones with the new samsung announcement, tablets, competition is cut throat beyond all belief. that segment of the industry is in what we call secular decline, it's still going lower. with that in mind, i think you should take action on monday morning. i want you to sell dell. you own dell, it goes, okay. it is now on the single biggest sell, sell, sell list i've ever had. right now michael dell is trying to take the company private for little less than where the stock is currently trading. i sat wrapped this morning on "squawk on the street" sitting next to david faber. when he detailed the shocking decline, you know when we're on tv and a guy's saying stuff and, geez, really? he was telling me the shocking decline in cash flow dell has experienced since the steel started percolating, dell is doing terribly. i'm confident the stock will go $8 and change. it was shortly before the deal was announced. you cannot be in dell, people. it is dangerous now. i believe you must ring the register first thing monday morning. yes, it is dangerous. and you
, whether people are using a competitor device or the apple or the embedded samsung or whatever smart tv they have, apple is the pure winner here because they keep getting reoccurring revenue from itunes and the app store. >> coming up next, buzz kill today and who else is feeling the pain off the company's miss. later on a special guest joins in. kevin pritchard gives us his top skpix talks the business of basketball. stick with us. >> fast money means trading. everybody's got to bring their best information each and every night. the entire trading day is the preparation for that show that night. >> it's idea generation. all about giving awe framework for how to look at the market. i am guy adami, i am fast money. >> i am pete najarian, i am fast money. are you fast money? go to the nbc universal store and order your fast money tee. [ kitt ] you know what's impressive? a talking car. but i'll tell you what impresses me. a talking train. this ge locomotive can tell you exactly where it is, what it's carrying, while using less fuel. delivering whatever the world needs, when it needs it.
mean, again, why do you have to choose apple or samsung? sell shelves during the gold rush and sell chains during the smartphone wars. that's the way to go, and qualcomm just raised their dividend. a good buyback plan now. they are terrific. >> i've got a question for you. you do a lot of asset allocation, keep talking about the great rotation going over five years. are you starting to advise your clients to lighten up on bonds and go more into equities or just sticking with equities? how do you see that? >> asset allocation for wealthy individuals includes everything so we have stocks, bonds, a lot of cash. wealthy individuals hold over 25% cash generally. >> are you moving more out of bonds into equities as a lot of people are talking about? >> we've had a lot of buy and hold bonds. had great bonds that we bought three years ago. you won't get the coupon when the bonds mature so as the bonds mature you really have to look at where else can you get yield and, unfortunately, you won't get the yield in the high grade corporate bonds. you have to be careful in credit quality and maste
. it takes on market leaders apple and samsung and they have soared more than 150% in just the past six months. 150 -- i mean, this is a classic sort of dash for trash that we've seen so far this year. >> i like that, yes. where there are a lot of stocks that people questioned the future of the stocks and they questioned the quality of the stocks and these are the ones that had been gaining. >> right. blackberry, bed bath and beyond, best buy, hewlett-packard. >> yes. >> all companies thought to be on the ropes and all companies resurgent and all companies very inexpensive if they get it right. if they get it right, blackberry has no problem. >> eric schmidt will be in line because he's using one with the keyboard so he would have to wait for the q10 and not the z10 because ironically he uses a blackberry. he likes the keyboard. >> i'll tell you what's ironic, when i went to my college reunion. steve ballmer was using a nokia. why? microsoft -- >> exactly. he said look at this. oh, my god, i've never seen one of those. >> because nobody has one. >> if he'd pulled out a blackberry, it wo
is blackberry's device looking to compete with samsung and also with apple. its completely touch screen and lost that keyboard that so many users like. according to com score blackberry has 8% of the smartphone market compared with 50% with android and 34% with apple. blackberry used to have 39% of the share. we do have one of the phones here. looking at it earlier. obviously it's sleek. it's got that 4.2-inch screen, the touch screen that we talked about. it's got an 8 megapixel camera. doesn't have a lot of buttons on it, nothing like the iphone with the home screen and, of course, can you see that it's got the icons for the ap pz as well. 100 apps available at the digital store where there's 700 in the case of the iphone. simon, over to you. >> do you like it, jackie? >> reporter: you know, i liked it, but i think it's going to take a little getting used to. i do have an ipad, used the iphone of friends of mine. intuitively different, tried to make it different on purpose so i think it will take a while to get used to. >> the view on blackberry sales. let's check the bond market at the cme, m
above the 50 day and a move toward 500 low rick. >> i think it's three things, the first was samsung was going to launch its phone and it turned out to be not a threat. blackberry is launching and the jury is out. the third thing is that it's the should have, would of, could have, it's all the people sitting there saying, damn it, i should have bought it at 430 and now are chasing it higher. >> what about the fact you're going into a weekend, people are speculating about the dividend. >> right. which was done this time last year. >> exactly. when we were down in orlando covering an event and doing our show from there, the dividend was announced on a monday morning at the same time of year. so people are clearly at least some people trying to get ahead of what they perceive to be a moment that's going to happen sooner rather than later, right, weiss? >> greed, greed. >> isn't that part of it? >> and the stock traded up into the dividend announcement but it was only up 3% afterwards. >> but the stock did not move in the weeks that followed aggressively but it did move over the course o
question is, is it better than, you know what. the iphone. or even samsung. the android phones. connell: let's talk about farmland now. prices have doubled since 2009. it is leading to the talk that there may be a bubble forming in the markets. dagen: jeff flock is on a farm in grundy county, illinois. it looks cold. jeff: what is hot right now is farmland. i am standing on a piece of ground that will be auctioned tomorrow. i have the man who is going to do it. he has seen a lot of stuff over the years. take a look at these numbers first. that is crops. the increase of price and crops versus the increase of price and farmland. it pretty much years one another. >> it sure does. jeff: if you take a look at a map, it shows you where. right here is one of the highest increases in the country. >> yes. grundy county has some of the highest land prices. jeff: by the way, he draws up in one of his talks. he has an auction is up there. that is where he does it. right in the middle of the field. >> right. we drive right through the farm machinery and sell it that way. jeff: you did not get a bubb
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